In cats, the B gene, which is responsible for coat color, is sex-linked. The dominant allele of the gene determines the red color of the coat

In cats, the B gene, which is responsible for coat color, is sex-linked. The dominant allele of the gene determines the red color of the coat, the recessive one – black, the heterozygote Bb has a tortoiseshell coat color. What kittens can be expected in the following crosses:
1) ginger cat x black cat;
2) black cat x ginger cat;
3) tortoiseshell cat x ginger cat;
4) tortoiseshell cat x black cat?

1) From crossing a ginger cat and a black cat, you can expect tortoiseshell cats and ginger cats in a ratio of 1: 1;
2) from crossing a black cat and a ginger cat, you can expect tortoiseshell cats and black cats in a ratio of 1: 1;
3) from the crossing of a tortoiseshell cat and a ginger cat, one can expect tortoiseshell cats, ginger cats, ginger cats and black cats in a ratio of 1: 1: 1: 1;
4) from crossing a tortoiseshell cat and a black cat, you can expect tortoiseshell cats, black cats, ginger cats and black cats in a ratio of 1: 1: 1: 1.

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